From September 15th to 17th, the courtyard of Palazzo Doglio is getting ready to host the second event in Italy dedicated to Expo Idéale, a grand international collaborative creation project conceived by the artistic genius Hervé Tullet, the New York Times bestselling author who revolutionized children’s literature. He invites everyone to create their own ideal exhibition inspired by his artistic style.
An exhibition open to all and two large creative workshops where parents and children will be the protagonists of the first weekend after the reopening of schools, with the valuable support of the staff from the Museo in Erba di Lugano (Switzerland) and in collaboration with the Franco Cosimo Panini publishing house.
The two large creative workshops will take place on Friday, September 15th, at 5:00 PM and 6:30 PM.
The exhibition will remain open to everyone throughout the entire weekend in the courtyard of Palazzo Doglio.
Reservations for the two creative workshops for parents and children will be open from September 5th by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cost of a single workshop is 25 euros per child (the fee includes the workshop, a snack for the child, a dedicated artwork by Tullet, and the participation of the parent).
There are no age limits for either children or adults